Teresa (Terre) Golembiewski. 1990. Academic Staff
M.S., 1984, Biology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Laboratory Manager in charge of greenhouse, museum, and animal care facilities
*Ms. Golembiewski is the recipient of the 2002 Academic Staff Excellence Award.
Research interests include carnivorous plants and Wisconsin wetlands. Ms. Golembiewski maintains a collection of carnivorous plants at UW-Whitewater. She has studied the water chemistry and vegetation of several Wisconsin fens. She has served on the board of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association.
Carnivorous plants are truly Ms. Golembiewski's passion. She taught the fun-filled Young Scholars course entitled "The Weird, Wild, Wacky, and Wonderful World of Carnivorous Plants" for second through fourth grade students for eight years. She has written numerous regionally published articles and speaks to a wide variety of groups on the topic of carnivorous plants. Ms. Golembiewski has been a board member and the Education Coordinator for the International Carnivorous Plant Society.
Golembiewski, Teresa A. 2011. "The Weird, Wild, Wacky and Wonderful World of Carnivorous Plants"
International Carnivorous Plant Society, Resources for Teachers
Golembiewski, Teresa A. 2009. "The Carnivorous Plants of Wisconsin."
Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine. August issue. p. 2-3.
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